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Old 04-11-2009, 12:53 AM   #20
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Ya know before the kids was tried as an adult, they more than likely gave the family the opportunity to plea bargain.

"If he signs a full confession, we'll make sure he gets sentanced as a minor."

If HE feels he was wrongly convicted, he can ask for a retrial. But chances are there was plenty of evidence for him being the killer. Stabbing the brother to death.. That's pretty brutal.

Now, life no parole for non-murder... That's a different thing. But again, it depends on the crime and severity.


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